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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank

  

by Anne Frank

The Diary of Anne Frank Sunday, July 11, 1943 Summary

  • Anne continues to get criticized for being a bad kid. She’s trying to keep herself from telling everyone what she thinks of them, and is trying to use humor to deal with the constant scolding.
  • Anne decides to let her shorthand go for a little while. Her eyes have gotten really bad, but it is impossible to find a safe way to get glasses.
  • The family is thinking of getting one of the protectors to take Anne to see an eye doctor. The decision hasn’t been made yet, though.
  • Anne and Margot begin to help Miep with office work like filing.

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